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for winter. >> pfoa found in kingston. what the town is now doing after the contaminant was discovered in the water offered to people with dry wells. [no audio] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 tonight. shelley: we begin tonight with breaking news out of hampton. avoid the area of ocean boulevard near the underwood bridge right now. police are not releasing any details about the police incident in that area. we have a crew on the way and will bring you the latest as it becomes available. in the meantime, a manchester man may face a number of charges after allegedly kidnapping his girlfriend. good evening. i'm shelley walcott. tom: and i'm tom griffith. londonderry police say victor rosario forced the victim out of her office
found in massachusetts. wmur's jean mackin live in londonderry tonight with the details. reporter: tonight londonderry , police say alert citizens helped lead them to the car and the couple in worcester. we're told the girlfriend is not not hurt. the suspect in this possible kidnapping was questioned and released but charges could be coming. londonderry police received a 911 call at 3:45 this afternoon from the ecco usa and the shoe manufacturer is near the manchester boston regional airport. the caller reported that this man 22- , year-old victor rosario of manchester came into the , building and dragged out his girlfriend by the arm, there was no report of a weapon. >> based on the reports, it appears she was forcibly removed from the building and into the
her but the suspect took off. reporter: police used a description of the car and partial plate to identify the vehicle using social media to , ask the public to help find the 1996 red honda police say one of those tips led civic. police say one of those tips led them to believe rosario was traveling out of state. cell phone pings were used to locate the car in worcester, massachusetts. police say the girlfriend was with rosario and she was not hurt. >> mass state police stopped and she w questioned. the investigation continues and he faces several potential charges pending the outcome of the full investigation. reporter: police say he could face kidnapping and assault charges. they planned to interview the girlfriend tonight, and also say the child the two have together was not involved in this incident in any way. shelley: thank you for the
the weather, it is a stormy night across the granite state. live look right now in colebrook. a very chilly 37 degrees. chief meteorologist mike haddad is here to let us know who will see rain or snow. mike: mostly rain for a good part of the state. if you're and hired to rain, over 1000 feet, experiencing heavy precipitation, that is where you like -- find the snow. places like ottumwa, washington. anywhere from one to four inches of snow. especially up over 1200 feet. everyone else well above the freezing mark. a lot of beneficial rain southeast. over a half and just fallen. that is in concord. a lot of precipitation in new york state. we will see precipitation increasing during the overnight
the presidential range, lighting up with over a foot of snow by the time we get to midday tomorrow. the great north woods through pittsburgh could see over half a foot by midday tomorrow. what about the rest of the state? gusty winds. and the weekend, up ahead. tom: this late october snowfall is reminding a lot of people of the winter that's ahead. loon mountain in lincoln is expected to see some snow tonight. ' areas are welcoming tonight's potential snow. cherise: while many people may be put off why the idea of snowfall in october, you will not hear any complaints from these officials. they are looking forward to the potential of early snowfall and say it is a great sign of the ski season to come. >> this is a busy time of year for us, everyone is excited. cherise: greg kwasnik has spent five winters working at loon mountain resort, he's
season. >> typically we do not see a lot of snow in october. anytime we see white stuff falling it gets us excited. reporter: a few days ago, flurries blanketed the top of loon mountain. they hope more will coat the mountains tonight. >> there is no snow now, but wait a couple days. cherise: need to wait before they start of and make their own snow. typically they need consecutive days with temperatures in the 20's to start making snow. >> are still makers have been busy today looking up to the season -- system. when we get cold weather, they can turn it on pretty quickly. cherise: but kwasnik says fun fall snow like tonight's gets people thinking
ski season ahead especially , after a milder winter last year. >> people are very excited. they are just really primed to come up. and have fun. it gets people in the mood to come skiing and snowboarding. cherise: they say it definitely will be open before thanksgiving. we are following disturbing news we are following disturbing news out of the town of kings they were allowed to get water from a spigot at the fire department. but now it turns out that water is contaminated. it is a temporary fix that have uncovered a brand-new problem. last month, people lose wells i've run dry in the town of kingston were told they could get water from this survey get at the fire department. but today the department shows elevated levels of the
>> we're surprised because we had it tested in april. and in april it came back as usable water. but more recent tests show it had 140 parts per trillion of pfoa, which is above normal. it also showed the presence of other pfc's. a spokesman for des says so far, the source of the contaminants is a mystery. >> we really do not know what the pfc's are. shelley: they urge people to stay,. >> there is no reason for panic. to the best of my knowledge, they do not even know if this has a health affect. shelley: people who still need water can get it down the road from the spaghetti at the library. >> it has been tested and does not have levels that we are aware of.
the fire department who want their well water tested can fill out a request form on the department of environmental services website. tom: to commitment 2016 now. republican vice presidential nominee mike pence is ok tonight after the plane he was on slid off a runway. the plane made a rough impact when it landed at new york's laguardia airport. pence say he is fine and no one on board appears to be hurt. we're about a week and a half away from the general election and tonight the candidates for u.s. senate faced off. republican senatel democrat, governor maggie hassan took part in a debate on n.h. one news. the candidates went back and forth about bi-partisanship and higher education. >> it is one of the major points of difference between senator ayotte and myself. as you have heard us discuss tonight she has , voted to make deep cuts to pell grants and against allowing students to refinance their student loans. while i've been working to make sure that we lower the cost of higher education and i will continue to do that in the u.s.
>> i understand that this is a big issue for new hampshire students and govenror hassan can , keep claiming i cut pell grants but again go , read senate concurrent resolution 11. i did not. i'm actually working to expand them with tim kaine the vice presidential nominee with hillary clinton for career technical education. tom: our granite state debates kick off tuesday at saint anselm college. here's a time lapse of the set being built. t andthen the u.s. senate and congressional races. all the debates start at 7:00. if you'd like to submit a question that may be asked during our debates, head to the wmur facebook page right now, and leave a comment on the debate post. the busy week ahead. coming up on news 9 tonight. shelley: fighting addiction. it has been six months since manchester started making fire stations a safe haven
>> it is better to bring them in like this and find them on the street with a needle. tom: tonight, news 9 takes you inside safe stations. watch the compassionate, efficient process unfold and find out what happens on the other side of this gateway to recovery. mike: a stormy stretch into tomorrow as gusty winds get added to the mix when this system moves out plus when this system moves out plus the difference... always putting people first. maggie hassan helped energize our economy by focusing on families, innovation and education. the same approach maggie will take as us senator: a detailed plan to make college more affordable. lower cost prescription drugs for everyday families. and an approach to leadership that puts new hampshire families and small businesses ahead of the corporate special interests. that's maggie hassan. always has been. always will be. i'm maggie hassan
paramedic had an idea. within two weeks, safe stations were up and running. wmur's amy coveno takes us inside the program that's getting national attention. reporter: fire stations, a common sight in most new hampshire towns. fire trucks, a welcome sight when things are bad. but inside this manchester fire house, life saving is happening many times a day. >> i would rather bring them to you like this then find them on the street with a needle. reporter: the fight against the heroin/fentanyl epidemic is happening right here 24/7. it is 11:30 this morning, and this is the second save station admission of the day. alice isn't her real name but that's her foot shaking. >> she went through withdrawals. she had a small dose this morning, but in her words, not enough.
wife drove 66 miles from ossipee to to get -- to get alice help. this is their seventh trip in six months. >> there are no beds available in my area to help. >> we that people come from maine, massachusetts, vermont, alabama, california, just because this is the only program like in the country. reporter: safe station is the brainchild of chris hickey, it started with an encounter with a stranger who came to the fire for help, and an e-mail to the chief, who sent it to the mayor. seven months later, it has helped nearly 600 people. it's an access point, the beginning of a long journey. that starts with a short walk next door to serenity place. an outpatient program that's been doing recovery work in the queen city for 40 years. >> we just want to meet people where they are at. reporter: executive director
over safe station success. the success rate is on the >>the success rate is on the back end. where are they now, what's happening, we need to demonstrate that. reporter: new hampshire ranks at the bottom nationally when it comes to access to treatment. according to the department of health and human services, new hampshire has inpatient 270 treatment beds. that's a 25% increase since february 2015. necessary, and we do not have enough beds. but that does not equate treatment. >> how are you doing? reporter: steven is 56. he is addicted to alcohol and has been sleeping on the streets for three weeks. he arrived with a gift for the firehouse kitchen, bags of maple syrup. firefighters see it as a cry for
>> i need to make a change. reporter: a coalition of caregivers surround him in minutes. he will get a bed at helping hands and recovery support during the day at serenity place. the seamless response is kind and quick. florida, massachusetts, ohio, fdny in the bronx want to know how manchester did it and what thco >> we are saving lives, i can guarantee you that. reporter: the crisis in new hampshire is still very much a crisis. and stephanie bergeron believes the medical community is discriminating and complicating how patients get care. >> anyone should be able to go to their primary care or an emergency room and say i'm having a problem with addiction. it should not be a struggle, it should be incorporated into your
organizations are determined to save every life they can. >> you can come here are 1000 times, we do not care. we always say you are a client forever. >> this is opening people's eyes as far as what communities are capable of doing when they all sit at the same table. reporter: most safe station admissions in manchester happen right here at the central fire department. but many people turn to hospitals and the er when pains of withdrawal set in. hospital officials say admissions have skyrocketed d detox runs over $2000 a day. they call it an inefficient use of resources. shelley: next week will mark six months for safe stations. so far, more than 650 people have come to manchester's fire stations for help. just 20% have been return participants. and they come from every corner of the state, people from 85 communities have
nets in the queen city. >> now, chief meteorologist mike haddad with your storm watch 9 forecast. mike: it has been falling in the form of snow in higher elevations. especially now, up to the north. precipitation shutting down and intensity in western sections. precipitation falling in the form of snow may mix with wet fles primarily rain across a good part of central and southern new hampshire. that includes the coast, already a half inch of rain in concord and a third of an inch in manchester. you get right through the presidential range into the great north woods, there is a steady, wet snow. more will pile up between now and midday tomorrow.
of new york state. you can see the showers intensifying right here. what set energy hits western portions of new england, it will cause of the rain and snow to intensify during the predawn hours and commute tomorrow. some parts of new hampshire could get an inch and a half of rain, while the white mountains could get up to a foot of snow. temperatures right now well above freezing statewide. the roadways are in fine shape except for the especially once the rain intensifies in the commute. cold air building in while mild air is chasing the system from south to north. eventually, mixed precipitation in the higher terrain goes over to just plain rain. slick conditions from -- it will be slick due to this. heavy patches of rain until mine
or 10:00. a few scattered showers. winds crank up up to 30 to 40 miles per hour. could lead to scattered outages. saturday, outages mostly in the north country. a slight chance of a late day shower. a good part of saturday will be dry, less winding, concord already had a half inch. an inch and a half in the state capital. that half-inch to three quarters of north falling in the form of snow, translates to this. three to seven the great north woods, six to 10 in the heart of the presidential range. one to three in places like
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when someone makes the comment that they know more about the islamic state or isil than do the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality. but i believe secretary clinton really understands the threat that the islamic state poses to the united states and to the american people. and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. sports. jamie: the celtics looking to build on last nights win as they played at the chicago bulls. the world series resumes tomorrow in chicago but tonight, nba ruled the windy city have a couple of familiar names in their backcourt. now former celtic rajon rondo feeds dwayne wade
a much better second quarter. isaiah thomas, 14 points. rookie went up and did not get the shot. moments later, a three-pointer to seal it. high schools jordan pellerin and windham taking souhegan. they fought it out in the heavy rain. girls division two field hockey semifinals. stole the ball, fired it in. ending 1-0.
not about to go quietly, a friend the late, and abby cranney with a goal for the sabers with 58 seconds to go. that cut the lead to 2-1. the jaguars are going but that was it back to the , state championship where they won it 2-1. and in the other final four matchup top ranked derryfield against lebanon. shot nice save by the raiders goalie hope brown. of the rain just pouring down. amazing passing stagg to , annalise groves to sydney socha her shot is tipped into the net. the only tally on the night. derryfield knocks off the two-time defending state champs.
elise jolly is a senior, middle , hitter for the merrimack high school volleyball team. she recently broke the new hampshire state record for career blocks with over 270 and counting. she is 17, vice president of her senior class, member of that honor society, volunteers her time to the community. she's committed to play division one volleyball at the university of delaware next year. >> it is the only been the truest team sport, where you have to rely on every single teammate. the way it works, i knew it was what i wanted to do. jamie: good luck. tryouts for the chad battle of the badges hockey game team fire and then team police on the ice tonight, trying to see who will make the rosters for the big game. it is a milestone year, number they have raised $1.7 million 10. for chad in the first 9 years.
take place on sunday, march 19, at 3:00 p.m.. >> it is a big deal. every single player is stoked to be a part of it. we are looking forward to it. >> it means a lot, your 10 is hopefully the best year yet. jamie: trying to get to the $2 million mark this year. tom: still to come. shelley: find out how wmur was recognized tonight for our coverage here in new
i'm colin van ostern, and this is my father-in-law, rich. and this is peter and patrick. i agreed to do a tv ad only if my grandkids were in it, too. i trust colin with their future. my clean energy plan is all about their future. as governor, i'll invest in solar and renewable energy. that'll hold down energy costs, create local jobs, keep new hampshire moving forward. or grampa could just keep feeding the kids cake and ice cream. you get a lot of energy that way, too. narrator: planned parenthood provides you get a lot of energy many kinds of healthcare. woman: i depend on planned parenthood for birth control. woman: i had my annual physical there. woman: the cancer screenings at planned parenthood are so important. narrator: still, chris sununu cast the deciding vote to eliminate state funding for planned parenthood.
lin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. i fought to restore funding for planned parenthood and got it done, because women's health care should always be above politics. report that wmur has been recognized as the station of the year at tonight's new hampshire association of broadcasters granite mike awards. wmur received a dozen first place granite mike awards. tom: news, documentary, and more. wmur also received awards for our coverage of new hampshire's opioid crisis. we also won 10 second place merit awards. we would like to congratulate all of our colleagues across the state. shelley: thank you for joining us for news 9 tonight at 11:00. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, national captioning institute, ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and
and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for
me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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